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Fireball Ministry - Their Rock Is Not Our Rock mp3 album

  • Performer: Fireball Ministry
  • Title: Their Rock Is Not Our Rock
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: 2005
  • Style: Doom Metal, Stoner Rock
  • MP3 album: 1159 mb
  • FLAC album: 1570 mb
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 195
Fireball Ministry - Their Rock Is Not Our Rock mp3 album

Their Rock Is Not Our Rock is the third studio album by stoner rock band Fireball Ministry, released by Liquor and Poker Music in 2005. The album features "The Broken" song, which is recognized for its use in the video game, WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2006. It Flies Again" (5:02). Under the Thunder" (5:23). Spill the Demons" (4:38). Rising from the Deep" (4:10). Save the Saved" (3:38).

Their new album Their Rock Is Not Our Rock might be a lot like music you have heard before, but most likely music you’ve always liked and forever will. Motorhead, Black Sabbath, and Ozzy solo have a lot of memorable hits that fans everywhere love and still listen to regularly. Hopefully, for Fireball Ministry, their music will be just as historical in twenty years

The Broken" is featured on the soundtrack for WWE SmackDown! vs. Other Versions (5 of 6) View All. Cat.

Genres: Stoner Metal, Stoner Rock Members: Reverend James A. Rota II, Emily Burton, Johny Chow, John Oreshnick. Album (Studio full-length).

Album by Fireball Ministry. In The End. Hellspeak. Rising From The Deep. MusicBrainz: Their Rock Is Not Our Rock.

Whatever the case may be, "Their Rock is Not Our Rock" follows a pretty standard formula of rolling, upbeat grooves, basic beats, and melody lines that follow a similar pattern through most of the album. This does not mean that I think the album blows ass. It just lacks punch. It's not necessarily a case of bad songwriting either. The problem is that after I've heard the gruff Danny Joe Brown (. vocals of James A. Rota II on the verses and the clean, melodic, sometimes Ozzy-ish singing on the choruses of tracks like "It Flies Again", "Sundown" and. I do dig FIREBALL MINISTRY's whole aesthetic. It's unfortunate that none of "Their Rock is Our Rock" leaves much of a lasting impression. There is nothing to dislike, nor anything to get excited about. I can take it or leave it.

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